Published Sep 23. 2013 - 8 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

Brown Satyr Streamer and a few other Goodies

As I've been settling into the new fly tying, I've been at the vise more than I have been for the past year. I've found some time to try a few new...

As I've been settling into the new fly tying, I've been at the vise more than I have been for the past year. I've found some time to try a few new patterns, and one of them is presented here, the Brown Satyr.

Brown Satyr Streamer tied by Darren MacEachern
Brown Satyr Streamer tied by Darren MacEachern Brown Satyr Streamer tied by Darren MacEachern

Brown Satyr Streamer Recipe


Hook: Partridge CS15 #2
Thread: White flat waxed nylon
Tag: Silver embossed tinsel
Tail: Tragopan crest
Body: Brown floss (UNI)
Rib: Silver embossed tinsel
Belly: White bucktail
Throat: Tragopan crestv
Wing: 4 gray hackles
Shoulder: Satyr tragopan pheasant breast feathers
Eye: Jungle cock
Head: Black

I've put this one up on auction on the streamers365 Ebay account, as well as a few Allcock (1810 and 2811) and Partridge hooks. You'll also find a Black Cat (Stevens) I tied a while back.
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Comments

Comment to Brown Satyr Streamer and a few other Go...

Darren, I don't remember seeing this before. I loved the whole fly. Especially the body and shoulder work. The choice of materials blended quite well!

Comment to Brown Satyr Streamer and a few other Go...

Thanks Kelly. It's a new pattern as far as sharing it goes. I've been waiting for some big rain so I can try it out again.

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